On Monday 22nd May, 2017 a suspected suicide bomber killed 22 people who were leaving an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena. Another 64 people were injured, with more than 400 police … Continued
On 23 May 2001 the House of Lords gave a historic judgement setting down important standards for the rights of prisoners in the UK. Sixteen years later, we have the highest imprisonment … Continued
The General Election is drawing closer and closer, and it’s all heating up for human rights, with the parties revealing more related policies.
The Church of Scotland may soon open its doors to gay marriages, as the Kirk’s General Assembly is set to debate a report recommending it.
It’s been exactly a month since Prime Minister Theresa May decided to call a snap election for 8th June. That’s a long time in politics, so we’re keeping you up date … Continued
International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, is a worldwide celebration of gender and sexual diversity.
International Week for Respecting Childbirth is about recognising a woman’s right to a respectful birth and to make informed choices about her baby’s care. We’re all entitled to be treated … Continued
Having a safe home to go back to at the end of the day is something many of us take for granted. But for children across the country the reality … Continued
The UK’s most exciting and innovative digital human rights charity is recruiting a full-time Creative Director. RightsInfo is a fast-growing organisation which is changing the way people communicate about human rights. We build knowledge and … Continued
It’s been a whirlwind election week as usual. Don’t worry, we’re here with our weekly round-up to help you take a bit of a breather. Go on, grab a cuppa ☕️. … Continued